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For the last three or four months, I have been involved in a teacher training program that has basically sucked most if not all of the life out of me. Last night marked the final teachback—the final opportunity for me to teach a lesson in front of my trainers for evaluation. Needless to say, or maybe it needs to be said, I have spent these...
I am not an activist. No, I am not and you can't make me one. I am a pacifist of the worst order, the kind who confuses peacefulness with inaction. I prefer inaction. If humankind is going to ride the rails it is building straight into the maw of hell, I prefer to let it; we have to learn from our mistakes, and I am busy trying (and failing)...
Illustration by Genia Brodsky and Noam Sobel.
Welcome to the Existential Roundup, where we bring you links to some articles currently trending that may be of interest to those in the existential-humanistic psychology community. If you have been paying attention to the smaller details of health news—the non-Ebola-related news—you might have come across this most remarkable...
Photo by John P. Creveling.
Increasingly, we are reminded that addiction is a serious problem that threatens the physical, mental, and emotional lives of all those involved—the person addicted, friends, family and loved ones of those addicted, and society at large. We watch news of famous and talented people, such as Phillip Seymour Hoffman and Robin Williams. Both...
“Perhaps, as we say in America, I wanted to find myself. This is an interesting phrase, not current as far as I know in the language of any other people, which certainly does not mean what it says but betrays a nagging suspicion that something has been misplaced.” --James Baldwin (Giovanni’s Room, 1956/1984) “I am going to...

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